Top 10 lessons for the new Mac user

Christopher Breen Senior Editor Follow me on Google+

Chris has covered technology and media since the latter days of the Reagan Administration. In addition to his journalistic endeavors, he's a professional musician in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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My hope is that you’ve been directed to this story by a caring friend or relative—so caring, in fact, that their holiday generosity extended to giving you a new Mac.

“Oh my goodness!” you chirped.

“Oh how wonderful!” you crowed.

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Making the most of iMovie's lesser-known features

Christopher Breen Senior Editor, Macworld Follow me on Google+

Chris has covered technology and media since the latter days of the Reagan Administration. In addition to his journalistic endeavors, he's a professional musician in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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In past iMovie lessons we’ve talked about working with the application’s interface, importing media, constructing a basic movie project, creating trailers, and dealing with iMovie’s more persnickety editing features. It’s time to put a bow on the series by taking note of a few remaining features that you’ll find helpful in your moviemaking.

Adding a time stamp to your movies

Senior contributor Jeff Carlson explained how this was done in the previous version of iMovie. The technique has changed very little. To add a time stamp to your clips, follow along.

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